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Saturday September 7th 2013

Report Updated: September 20, 2013 at 10:49 pm

Welcome to the NEW Fishdope website!!

Be sure to check out all the new features like all the different charts and the Bite zone chart.

Should be interesting to see how this works out in regards to where the fish are biting.

 

We are still working out the bugs that happen when ever you open up a new website.

Thank you all for your patience during this process.

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Marina Del Rey

No change. The Santa Monica bay is not happening. A few Halibut up off Twin Roads in 65 feet is the only thing we could find, except for those Rockfish at the Short Banks.

The best shot at something exciting is to skiff fish King harbor for the 2-3lb bonito by the Bait Barge.

33.59.00 x 118.29.00 Twin Towers – Halibut

33.54.960 x 118.33.170 Short Bank

33.53.000 x 118.33.810 South Bank 33 Fathoms

33.53.150 x 118.31.500 General area for Sculpin

33.52.070 x 118.34.950 SW Bank 40 Fathoms

33.52.870 x 118.32.130 Inside South Bank Pinnacle 26 Fathom

33.51.950 x 118.30.440 Inside SW Bank 33 Fathoms

33.52.870 x 118.32.130 Inside S 26 Fathom

 

Catalina Island

SQUID, SQUID, and more SQUID. It’s a full blown invasion.

All along the front you can find it. Even the Avalon pier had a float under the dock lights last night

Yellowtail are still at the Island but are going to get tougher and tougher to get will all of this Squid.

Best shot at a Yellowtail continues to be Red Bluff. Some signal of them at Hen Rock, K-20 and Seal Rocks at the East End.

Calico bass fishing is good with the inside of the Isthmus being a hot spot for legal Bass.

EVERYTHING is on Live Squid. Fin bait is a waste of time, unless you want rockfish and those are biting good at the West End Humps.

No reports for the Back side of the Island.

33.27.62 x 118.30.44 Eagle Reef

33.27.13 x 118.29.87 Squid Spot

33.26.83 x 118.30.05 Lions Head

33.27.30 x 118.29.41 Isthmus High Spot

33.25.81 x 118.29.19 Isthmus Reef

33.26.70 x 118.29.33 Bird Rock Reef

33.26.54 x 118.27.97 Rock Quarry

33.25.38 x 118.24.57 Gibralter

33.24.38 x 118.21.92 Long Point

33.24.35 x 118.21.93 Hen Rock

33.23.06 x 118.21.32 K-20

33.22.23 x 118.20.72 Gallaghers – 12 fathoms

33.21.75 x 118.20.03 Frog Rock

33.19.32 x 118.22.28 Palisades

33.19.32 x 118.18.23 Slide

33.18.37 x 118.18.34 Seal Rocks

33.18.37 x 118.18.20 East End – Seal Rocks

33.17.96 x 118.19.00 Under the light

 

West End humps

A. 33.28.00 x 118.37.16 – Rockfish

B. 33.27.88 x 118.37.17 – Rockfish

C. 33.27.84 x 118.36.83 – Rockfish

 

San Clemente Island

Much improved Yellowtail action along the frontside of the Island. The Yellowtail are 10 to 20lb fish and are wanting the live Squid.

No word if there is Squid in the Cove. We have some guys over at the Island today so we’ll have a better handle on the Squid.

Right now I would say to stop at Catalina and make your bait there first and then head over.

Calico Bass fishing is fair. It could be a lot better than it is. If your really into the Bass hit the thick kelp and boiler rocks spots

The Finfever called in with a Yellowtail caught at Gold bluff at the noon hour

32.56.67 x 118.30.10 Gold Bluff

32.53.10 x 118.35.70 Wagon Tracks

33.02.20 x 118.31.02 White Spot

32.53.58 x 118.26.36 White Rock

32.52.23 x 118.24.75 Purse Seine Rock

32.48.92 x 118.21.25 Pyramid Head

32.48.00 x 118.21.50 Pyramid Reef

32.49.00 x 118.23.00 Pyramid Cove

Always make sure the Island is open before making the run.

http://www.scisland.org/schedules/usageGoogle/usageGoogle.php schedule

 

LA Harbor

Fair Sand Bass fishing last night on the Native Sun for some large Sand bass.

many of the bass were in the 4 to 6lb class.

Live Squid is the ticket for the bigger Bass but some guys are doing ok with the Frozen Squid.

A trick that is working good is to bring 2 rods.

Rig one with a Squid Jig and the 2nd one with a 1 1/2 leadhead.

Catch a squid and use it for bait. The jumbo bass are being caught this way

The location of the Squid is at 33.38 x 118.11.

Daytime action is pretty miserable except for Rockfish and Sculpin. The 150 and the southeast bank is one of the better areas to look at for those Rockfish.

33.41.06 x 118.07.73 Sand Bass Junction

33.39.03 x 118.06.08 Izors Reef

33.38.40 x 118.11.79 105 Spot

33.36.14 x 118.10.98 150 Bubbles West

33.35.72 x 118.09.22 150 Bubbles East

33.35.68 x 118.09.09 150 Kelp Reef North

33.34.80 x 118.08.60 150 Kelp Reef South

33.35.62 x 118.09.75 150 Spot

33.35.54 x 118.10.24 150 Spot Hump

33.35.41 x 118.07.89 Double Rigs Reef

33.34.13 x 118.08.32 South East Bank

33.34.36 x 118.12.80 Sculpin Hole

33.34.25 x 118.08.76 Sculpin spot

 

La Jolla / Point Loma

Not much of anything happening. Most guys are settling for Rockfish.

Still some Squid right outside of Mission bay. It on the northside between the bay and Cyrstal Pier. Some Yellowtail are on this and biting in the very early morning and again late in the afternoon.

32.47.58 x 117.16.58· Pacific Beach Artificial Reef – Crystal Pier

 

Coronado Islands

Slow this morning is the word we have. Most of the guys are fishing for whitefish and Rockfish.

Yellowtail are around, they just don’t want to bite right now.

No sign of the Barracuda at South Island either.

32.26.85 x 117.18.23 Pukey Point

32.25.80 x 117.16.80 Middle Grounds

32.24.80 x 117.13.88 Ribbon Kelp

32.24.61 x 117.14.15 White Rock

32.23.60 x 117.13.79 Bull Kelp

32.22.00 x 117.13.26 South Kelp Ridge

32.17.50 x 117.10.50 Rockpile

32.17.00 x 117.09.50 Rockpile #2

 

OFFSHORE

 

US Waters

277 / 152

Several reports of Marlin being hooked up today and late yesterday there was a triple hookup on the Billfish.

33.14 x 118.06 Triple hookup on 9-6-2013

 

267 down to the 209

Very warm 73 degree pocket of clean water just to the west of the 267.

Few guys are looking for Marlin and kelp paddies but not finding much. Just one jumper over towards the 277.

 

209 / 312

Report from the Pathfinder:

Fished out of Dana Point this morning. Went 209 then 312 following FD #’s from Thursday.

Then kept heading to look for the paddy at 32.49 x 117.45. Found it about 2 1/2 miles SE.

Had only large sardines and 2 mackerel. Fished the paddy for 4 hours.

Saw tons of 10-20 lb Dorado and 20 lb Yellowtail. Bite shut off and 2 100 lb. marlin showed up on the paddy.

Hooked one but our gear was way to light and broke off. Caught 2, 20 lb. Yellows the first hour and spent the rest of the time trying to get the Dorado to go.

No luck. Threw everything at them. Did hook one slow trolling a sardine but came unbuttoned.

 

289

Warm clean water with a little sign of Marlin around. Spots of Sauries being seen too.

Double hook up on the marlin at 11:40am.

The Marlin are popping up to the surface during the noon hour. Several seen between this spot and SCI.

32.56 x 118.06 289 spot

 

181

Couple guys looking for kelps and marlin are not finding much of anything.

No bait or birds and dry kelps

 

182

Not hearing a lot from this area today but at least 1 boater has found a school of open water Dorado willing to bite.

32.42 x 117.43 182 spot

We just received this email from Larry: Today we went and it was epic. Found a paddy at 38.11/43.57 that was plugged with dodos. Didn’t bite too well and we had cured mini macks. They came up and foamed the paddy at one point with a bird pile of terns. The one we got to bite after two hours of trying was full of 1″ macks. We trolled it like you suggested for nothing and then went west. There were tern schools of dodos in that area. Those were on 3″ sauries. We got one to go on a medium marlin jig silver and blue over pink and white. Got another on bait there. Continued west to the 43 where there were thousands of terns working but we couldn’t tell what and we trolled the area hard. Boats soaking weren’t getting anything. When we returned to that 182 area the dodos were gone. Weather was perfect and from the what I heard on the radio there were plenty of fish caught. I would say this was the day of the year so far for us.

32.38.11 x 117.43.57 Kelp paddy with dorado

 

Butterfly

Very Slow. A boat out that way found nothing yesterday. Nothing being found today either.

No kelp, no bait and no birds.

32.16 x 118.06 East Butterfly

 

Cortez and Tanner banks

Weather permiting this is the best shot at Bluefin from Orange and LA County.

Both banks have Bluefin on them. The catch numbers are down a little bit but still very respectable. Most are 15lb fish but some up to about 40lb are also being caught.

Big Yellowtail are also biting on both banks. Most of these are coming on the dropper loop rig. One thing new is some guys are finding 20lb class white Seabass too.

Large Bonito from 5 to 10lbs are everywhere on the Cortez and big Whitefish, Sheephead and Salmon Grouper round out the excellent overall fishing

32.26 x 119.08 Cortez

32.42 x 119.08 Tanner

 

MEXICO

 

Inner Banks

226 / 302

Guys are running around the area this morning but not finding Yellows like they did yesterday.

A few Yellowtail on a kelp but no volume seen so far.

32.29 x 117.36 Kelp with 3 yellows on it.

 

425

Cooler water break is running across the bank. Everything is to the south at least 5-6 miles.

We just got a call from JD on the Breakaway with phenomenal yellowtail fishing on a big kelp paddy right on the upper hidden bank. They had easy limits of yellowtail and there were some dorado on the kelp, as well. Although, they only put one of them on the boat. There was a spot of bluefin tuna near them, but they were only able to get one of those, also. South of the 425 the water looked really, really good with the temperature anywhere between 71 and 72 degrees.

32.06.3 x 117.28.4 Big kelp paddy

 

371

Early reports had several Dorado caught. A kelp and open water trolling got them.

1 in 3 kelps appear to be holding a mix of Yellowtail and Dorado

32.14 x 117.31 Dorado kelp

 

Upper Hidden bank

The bulk of the kelp paddy action today appears to be centered around the Upper Hidden Bank which is at 32.03 x 117.28.

From here look over to the East to just below the 475 Knuckle

32.03 x 117.23

32.01 x 117.19

31.58 x 117.15

 

Inside the 238 down to the 1140 Finger and the Lower 500

Here they come! Couple of good stops on Yellowfin this morning.

The info says these yellowfin are 30 to 40lb grade

Take a look around a 5 to 10 mile block at 31.16 x 117.04

There are some good kelps around the 238 and down to the south but they are few and far between.

Most of the better kelps are on the inside of the 238 high spot mostly with a shot at a Bluefin or an open water Dorado closer to the 238 highspot and down as far as the 1140 finger

31.14 x 117.03 Big kelp marked with an orange flag

31.19 x 117.07 Kelp

 

100 down to 160

Scattered schools of Yellowfin are spread out the enitre distance from just below the Lower 500 down to about 145-150 miles. At this point the volume builds up pretty good.

The focus of attention is now all inside of the 117.00 line. Most of the action is between 116.25 and 116.45.

These yellowfin are mainly 30 to 40lb models at 150+ miles but the closer fish are mainly 15lb models.

kelp paddies, if you find one are pure gold. Loaded with Yellowtail, Dorado and Yellowfin.

There are still some big Bluefin around on the outer western edge on this area. They are not all big fish however. Schools of 15lb Bluefin are here as well.

Scott McDaniels on the Sea Adventure 80 called in and said that they have 200+ yellowfin tuna in the 30-40 pound class with quite a few going 60 pounds. He said the fish holds are full!

 

Outer Banks

 

Double 220 to the 295

Lots of kelps with a bunch of 5-6lb Yellowtail.

Some Dorado on these as well. Some Bluefin and Yellowfin are in the area but watch out for better numbers of Yellowfin shortly.

Look at a long east west zone from 31.28 x 117.41 to 31.28 x 117.24

 

483/500 to the 437

Some wind this morning. Not a lot being found. It’s still morning though so something could still happen.

Look at a 5 to mile block centered at 31.33 x 118.11

31.28 x 118.04 483/500

31.12 x 118.12 437

 

 

 

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WEATHER

 

LIVE Weather Broadcast

http://www.wunderground.com/wxradio/smallplayer.html?stationid=KE6JDC|114|3437&lat=33.34163284&lon=-118.32810211

 

SYNOPSIS FOR FAR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COAST

AT 9 AM PDT…A 1024 MB HIGH WAS 690 NM WEST-NORTHWEST OF SAN

FRANCISCO AND A 1010 MB THERMAL LOW WAS 25 NM WEST OF NEEDLES.

WEAK TO MODERATE ONSHORE FLOW WILL CONTINUE THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

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WATERS FROM PT. SAL TO SANTA CRUZ ISLAND CA AND WESTWARD 60 NM

INCLUDING SAN MIGUEL AND SANTA ROSA ISLANDS-

848 AM PDT SAT SEP 7 2013

 

TODAY

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. NW SWELL 4 TO

5 FT AT 8 SECONDS. PATCHY DENSE FOG WITH VSBY 1 NM OR LESS IN THE

MORNING.

 

TONIGHT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND

WAVES 2 TO 4 FT. NW SWELL 4 TO 5 FT AT 9 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG AFTER

MIDNIGHT.

 

SUN

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND WAVES

2 TO 4 FT. NW SWELL 4 TO 5 FT AT 11 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG IN THE

MORNING.

 

SUN NIGHT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND

WAVES 2 TO 4 FT. NW SWELL 4 FT AT 10 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG AFTER

MIDNIGHT.

 

MON

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND WAVES 2 TO

4 FT. NW SWELL 3 FT AT 10 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG IN THE MORNING.

 

MON NIGHT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND WAVES

2 TO 4 FT. NW SWELL 3 FT.

 

TUE

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. NW SWELL 3 TO

4 FT.

 

WED

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. NW SWELL 4 TO

5 FT.

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PZZ676-072215-

OUTER WATERS FROM SANTA CRUZ ISLAND TO SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND TO 60 NM

OFFSHORE INCLUDING SAN NICOLAS AND SANTA BARBARA ISLANDS-

848 AM PDT SAT SEP 7 2013

 

TODAY

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. NW SWELL 4 TO

5 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

 

TONIGHT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT…BECOMING

W 5 TO 15 KT AFTER MIDNIGHT. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. NW SWELL 3 TO

5 FT AT 9 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG AFTER MIDNIGHT.

 

SUN

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND WAVES

1 TO 3 FT. NW SWELL 4 TO 5 FT AT 11 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG IN THE

MORNING.

 

SUN NIGHT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND

WAVES 2 TO 4 FT. NW SWELL 4 FT AT 10 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG AFTER

MIDNIGHT.

 

MON

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT…BECOMING 15 TO 20 KT WITH GUSTS TO

25 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. NW SWELL 2 TO 3 FT AT

10 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG IN THE MORNING.

 

MON NIGHT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH GUSTS TO 25 KT. WIND WAVES

2 TO 4 FT. NW SWELL 2 TO 3 FT.

 

TUE

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL NW

2 TO 3 FT AND SW 2 FT.

 

WED

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. NW SWELL 3 TO

5 FT.

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PZZ650-072215-

EAST SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL FROM PT. CONCEPTION TO PT. MUGU CA

INCLUDING SANTA CRUZ ISLAND-

848 AM PDT SAT SEP 7 2013

 

TODAY

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL 3 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

PATCHY DENSE FOG WITH VSBY 1 NM OR LESS IN THE MORNING.

 

TONIGHT

W WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL 3 TO

4 FT AT 9 SECONDS.

 

SUN

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING 10 TO 15 KT WITH

GUSTS TO 20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL

3 TO 4 FT AT 11 SECONDS.

 

SUN NIGHT

W WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 25 KT.

STRONGEST WESTERN PORTION. WIND WAVES 2 TO 4 FT. W SWELL 3 TO 4 FT

AT 10 SECONDS.

 

MON

SW WINDS 5 TO 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 TO 20 KT WITH GUSTS TO

25 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS…BECOMING 3 FT IN

THE AFTERNOON. W SWELL 1 TO 3 FT AT 10 SECONDS.

 

MON NIGHT

W WINDS 10 TO 20 KT WITH GUSTS TO 25 KT IN THE

EVENING…BECOMING 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. W SWELL 1 TO

3 FT.

 

TUE

W WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL 1 TO

3 FT.

 

WED

NW WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL 2 TO

4 FT.

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PZZ655-072215-

INNER WATERS FROM POINT MUGU TO SAN MATEO PT. CA INCLUDING SANTA

CATALINA AND ANACAPA ISLANDS

848 AM PDT SAT SEP 7 2013

 

TODAY

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL 2 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

PATCHY DENSE FOG WITH VSBY 1 NM OR LESS IN THE MORNING.

 

TONIGHT

SW WINDS 5 TO 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL

2 TO 4 FT AT 9 SECONDS.

 

SUN

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL 2 TO 4 FT AT 11 SECONDS.

 

SUN NIGHT

W WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. W SWELL

2 TO 4 FT AT 10 SECONDS.

 

MON

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 TO 15 KT WITH

LOCAL GUSTS TO 20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS…

BECOMING 3 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. W SWELL 1 TO 2 FT AT 10 SECONDS.

 

MON NIGHT

W WINDS 10 TO 20 KT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING NW 5 TO

10 KT. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. W SWELL 1 TO 2 FT.

 

TUE AND WED

W WINDS 5 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. SW SWELL

2 FT.

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PZZ750-072230-

COASTAL WATERS FROM SAN MATEO POINT TO THE MEXICAN BORDER AND OUT

30 NM-

919 AM PDT SAT SEP 7 2013

 

TODAY

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. SWELL W 2 FT AT 7 SECONDS.

SWELL SW 1 FT.

 

TONIGHT

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR

LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 15 SECONDS.

 

SUN

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AT

11 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 15 SECONDS.

 

SUN NIGHT

WIND W 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING…

BECOMING VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED

SWELL W 2 FT AT 10 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 15 SECONDS.

 

MON

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AT

10 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 15 SECONDS.

 

MON NIGHT

WIND W 10 KT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING VARIABLE LESS

THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND SW

1 TO 2 FT.

 

TUE

WIND W 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT

AND SW 2 FT.

 

TUE NIGHT

WIND W 10 KT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING VARIABLE LESS

THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND SW

2 FT.

 

WED

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS.

MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND SW 2 TO 3 FT.

 

WED NIGHT

WIND W 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING…

BECOMING VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED

SWELL W 2 FT AND SW 3 FT.

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PZZ775-072230-

WATERS FROM SAN MATEO POINT TO THE MEXICAN BORDER EXTENDING 30 TO

60 NM OUT INCLUDING SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND-

919 AM PDT SAT SEP 7 2013

 

TODAY

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AT

7 SECONDS. SWELL SW 1 TO 2 FT.

 

TONIGHT

WIND W 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING…

BECOMING VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED

SWELL W 2 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 14 SECONDS.

 

SUN

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 KT WITH

GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED

SWELL W 2 FT AT 11 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 14 SECONDS.

 

SUN NIGHT

WIND W 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 3 FT.

MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AT 10 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 15 SECONDS.

 

MON

WIND NW 10 KT. GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES

2 FT OR LESS…BECOMING 3 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO

3 FT AT 10 SECONDS AND SW 1 FT AT 15 SECONDS.

 

MON NIGHT

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 3 FT IN THE

EVENING…BECOMING 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AND SW

1 FT.

 

TUE

WIND NW 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR

LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND SW 1 TO 2 FT.

 

TUE NIGHT

WIND NW 10 KT IN THE EVENING… BECOMING VARIABLE

LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND

SW 2 FT.

 

WED

WIND VARIABLE LESS THAN 10 KT…BECOMING W 10 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND S 2 TO

3 FT.

 

WED NIGHT

WIND W 10 KT. GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING. WIND

WAVES 3 FT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W

2 FT AND S 2 TO 3 FT.


Friday September 6th 2013

Report Updated: September 20, 2013 at 10:49 pm

BAIT REPORT 9-5-2013

  • San Diego Bait Barge 6-8″ Sardine
  • Mission Bay Bait Barge 6-8″” Sardine
  • Dana Point Harbor Bait Barge 5-7″ Sardine

 

Catalina Island

Squid are all over the frontside of the Island. Making bait is easy.

Best shot at a Yellowtail continues to be Red Bluff. Some signal of them at Hen Rock, K-20 and Seal Rocks at the East End.

Calico bass fishing is good with the inside of the Isthmus being a hot spot for legal Bass.

EVERYTHING is on Live Squid. Fin bait is a waste of time, unless you want rockfish and those are biting good at the West End Humps.

Weather is much better today. That 30mph blast from yesterday has ended.

Darrel is down for repairs at the moment so you will have to make your own or buy it from the bait guys in Long Beach and San Pedro.

Contact Darrell on the “Mary Claire” at 949-677-0607 or CH 11. If you mention “Fishdope” you’ll get $10 dollars off on each scoop of Squid!

  • 33.27.62 x 118.30.44 Eagle Reef
  • 33.27.13 x 118.29.87 Squid Spot
  • 33.26.83 x 118.30.05 Lions Head
  • 33.27.30 x 118.29.41 Isthmus High Spot
  • 33.25.81 x 118.29.19 Isthmus Reef
  • 33.26.70 x 118.29.33 Bird Rock Reef
  • 33.26.54 x 118.27.97 Rock Quarry
  • 33.25.38 x 118.24.57 Gibralter
  • 33.24.38 x 118.21.92 Long Point
  • 33.24.35 x 118.21.93 Hen Rock
  • 33.23.06 x 118.21.32 K-20
  • 33.22.23 x 118.20.72 Gallaghers – 12 fathoms
  • 33.21.75 x 118.20.03 Frog Rock
  • 33.19.32 x 118.22.28 Palisades
  • 33.19.32 x 118.18.23 Slide
  • 33.18.37 x 118.18.34 Seal Rocks
  • 33.18.37 x 118.18.20 East End – Seal Rocks
  • 33.17.96 x 118.19.00 Under the light

West End humps

  • A. 33.28.00 x 118.37.16 – Rockfish
  • B. 33.27.88 x 118.37.17 – Rockfish
  • C. 33.27.84 x 118.36.83 – Rockfish

 

San Clemente Island

Yellowtail are on the frontside of the Island. The Bongos made a good score on them using Live Squid.

  • 32.56.67 x 118.30.10 Gold Bluff
  • 32.53.10 x 118.35.70 Wagon Tracks
  • 33.02.20 x 118.31.02 White Spot
  • 32.53.58 x 118.26.36 White Rock
  • 32.52.23 x 118.24.75 Purse Seine Rock
  • 32.48.92 x 118.21.25 Pyramid Head
  • 32.48.00 x 118.21.50 Pyramid Reef
  • 32.49.00 x 118.23.00 Pyramid Cove

Always make sure the Island is open before making the run.

Schedule

The pic is of the Bongos trip yesterday

Clemente Yellows 9-5

 

LA Harbor

Sand Bass at night is the only game in town.

Most are legal sized with some pushing the 8lb mark.

A trick that is working good though is to bring 2 rods. Rig one with a Squid Jig and the 2nd one with a 1 1/2 leadhead. Catch a squid and use it for bait. The jumbo bass are being caught this way

The location of the Squid is at 33.38 x 118.11.

  • 33.41.06 x 118.07.73 Sand Bass Junction
  • 33.39.03 x 118.06.08 Izors Reef
  • 33.38.40 x 118.11.79 105 Spot
  • 33.36.14 x 118.10.98 150 Bubbles West
  • 33.35.72 x 118.09.22 150 Bubbles East
  • 33.35.68 x 118.09.09 150 Kelp Reef North
  • 33.34.80 x 118.08.60 150 Kelp Reef South
  • 33.35.62 x 118.09.75 150 Spot
  • 33.35.54 x 118.10.24 150 Spot Hump
  • 33.35.41 x 118.07.89 Double Rigs Reef
  • 33.34.13 x 118.08.32 South East Bank
  • 33.34.36 x 118.12.80 Sculpin Hole
  • 33.34.25 x 118.08.76 Sculpin spot

 

Dana Point

Lots of marlin sized bait Mackerel at the Barber Poles.

Calico bass are wanting to bite if you have Anchovy….. Problem is no anchovy for sale right now. Just big 8 inch Sardines.

Some big fat Reds are biting on the stones off Box canyon if your interested in those.

  • 33.28.65 X 117.43.38 Salt Creek
  • 33.28.81 x 117.44.58 Salt Creek 2
  • 33.26.70 x 117.41.00 Dana Hard Bottom
  • 33.25.38 x 117.39.52 Middle Kelp – Hard Bottom
  • 33.24.45 x 117.38.14 Clemente Reef (San Clemente Kelp)
  • 33.24.28 x 117.37.06 Seal Rocks
  • 33.22.96 X 117.36.80 San Mateo Point
  • 33.21.19 x 117.33.92 Short Pipe
  • 33.20.88 x 117.34.05 San Onofre
  • 33.21.79 x 117.33.78 Domes
  • 33.19.29 x 117.30.52 Box Canyon
  • 33.19.08 x 117.31.76 Box Canyon #2
  • 33.17.29 x 117.34.15 Box Rockfish

 

Ponto South to Mission bay

Red tide is developing from Mission Bay on up to just above the Ponto are of Oceanside. Right now its just streaky but it could get worse with the hot water along that part of the coast and combined with all the green plankton inshore for the stuff to feed on.

Still some Squid right outside of Mission bay. It on the northside between the bay and Cyrstal Pier. Some Yellowtail are on this and biting in the very early morning and again late in the afternoon.

There was also a few Yellows seen and caught yesterday afternoon just below the La Jolla MPA above Crystal Pier.

  • 32.47.58 x 117.16.58· Pacific Beach Artificial Reef – Crystal Pier

 

Coronado Islands

Still nothing exciting happening. Yellowtail are around but not wanting to play much.

Try slow trolling a Sardine around through the middle grounds and down through the lee of South Island.

There are also a few big Barracuda in the lee of South Island

  • 32.26.85 x 117.18.23 Pukey Point
  • 32.25.80 x 117.16.80 Middle Grounds
  • 32.24.80 x 117.13.88 Ribbon Kelp
  • 32.24.61 x 117.14.15 White Rock
  • 32.23.60 x 117.13.79 Bull Kelp
  • 32.22.00 x 117.13.26 South Kelp Ridge
  • 32.17.50 x 117.10.50 Rockpile
  • 32.17.00 x 117.09.50 Rockpile #2

 

OFFSHORE

US Waters

14 Mile bank

Couple of Dorado seen jumping this morning just below the numbers for the Bank. Have not heard of any being caught however.

Nice band of 73 degree water between here and the 267.

  • 33.24.x 118.00 14 mile bank

 

267 / 209

Lot’s of guys looking for Marlin around both of these spots this morning. 2 different reports of Jumpers seen just to the south and another just to the SW of the 267

Kelp paddy guys are not finding much so far at the Noon hour with just 1 kelp at 33.17 x 117.54 with a handful of Dorado and Yellowtail that are refusing to bite.

  • 33.18 x 117.49 267 spot

 

182

Report from the RxTSea:

I was headed to the 43 in very rough water, stopped at a couple of paddies with Dorado jumping, they just did not like our red Sardines from MB.

While continuing our journey to the 43 and about 1.5 miles out of the 182 I spot a large paddy with birds diving and Dorado jumping.

We fish it for a couple of hours for 4 Dorados.

On the way back there was about 5 paddy toward the northern tip of the 9 and they were holding YT.

Got a couple of those before we ran out of live sardines. 2 scoops 3/4 dead.

Between the 182 and the 226 had a bite under birds and Bonitos under, that took my line so fast, deep with head jerking so much, fought it for about 5 minutes and then while taking line, my line break.

I got it back all chewed up by teeth. I am pretty certain it was a tuna.

 

289/284

Flat and warm 73 degree water is the word this morning. Some kelps with Yellowtail seen by this Marlin fisherman but they did not stop on any of them.

UPDATE: A marlin was hooked and lost very close to the 289 highspot.

  • 32.56 x 118.06 289 spot
  • 32.53 x 118.03 Yellowtail kelp

 

Butterfly

Very Slow. A boat out that way found nothing this morning. No kelp, no bait and no birds.

  • 32.16 x 118.06 East Butterfly

 

Cortez and Tanner banks

Nothing really new to report. Latest word has the catch being the same.

Both banks have Bluefin on them. The catch numbers are down a little bit but still very respectable. Most are 15lb fish but some up to about 40lb are also being caught.

Big Yellowtail are also biting on both banks. Most of these are coming on the dropper loop rig. One thing new is some guys are finding 20lb class white Seabass too.

Large Bonito from 5 to 10lbs are everywhere on the Cortez and big Whitefish, Sheephead and Salmon Grouper round out the excellent overall fishing

  • 32.26 x 119.08 Cortez
  • 32.42 x 119.08 Tanner

 

MEXICO

 

226 / 302

Quiet today so far. Last few days have seen kelps with Dorado and Yellowtail. There has also been some big bird school with 2lb bonito under them.

The better action has been around the 226 and in to half way to the 9 Mile Bank.

  • 32.27 x 117.35 302 bank
  • 32.30 x 117.38 226 Bank

 

425 and the upper Hidden Bank

Just below the 425 is a narrow strip of cooler water. Past this you find 70 degree water.

Beginning at about 5 miles below the 425 there is a large spread out area of kelps. Of these about half are holding Yellowtail and or Dorado

  • 32.08 x 117.27 kelp
  • 32.06 x 117.28 kelp
  • 32.06 x 117.29 HOT kelp

 

390

Nothing new this morning so Garrett’s report from yesterday is the latest dope. He found a kelp holding below the 390 with a bunch of Yellowtail on it. Kelps however are reported to be hard to find.

The 390 is located at 32.05 x 117.49

 

Double 220 and the 295

Random jig stops of a few Yellowfin and a few kelps mostly to the south of the banks is what is happening in this zone.

The kelps, if you find one are loaded with 6lb Yellowtail along with some Dorado and a couple of 15lb class Bluefin

Look at a long east west zone from 31.28 x 117.41 to 31.28 x 117.24

Below this there is a cooler water bubble.

Update: More and more reports of wide open rat yellowtail on kelps down below the 295 spot. Some Bluefin are around the kelps too but tough to catch because of all the Yellowtail.

  • 31.29 x 117.26 Single Yellowfin jig stop
  • 31.16 x 117.29 Yellowfin jig stop

 

437 and the 483/500

The BIG Bluefin are still holding to these spots. Some 40-60lb Tuna and some 70-90lb Tuna and some gear busting 100 to 150+lb models are in the zone.

These Bluefin are extremely tough fish and any gear under 40lb is not going to get the job done. The Capt’s are telling me that this spot of Tuna should be fished with at least 50lb flurocarbon leader and a reel that holds at least 500 yards of 65 to 80lb braid. A 2 speed reel is a huge bonus too.

Some of these battles have been lasting 4 to 5 hours on the big gear. The guys on 30 – 40lb are just getting spooled

This not slam dunk fishing. It is hit and miss. You find them and its ok but some guys are not finding them at all.

Very few kelps in the area. If you get lucky and find one of these they are holding Yellowtail and Dorado along with a shot at a Bluefin.

Look at a 5 to mile block centered at 31.33 x 118.11

  • 31.28 x 118.04 483/500
  • 31.12 x 118.12 437
  • 31.34 x 118.12 Big Bluefin on this sonar mark

 

238 to the 1140 finger and Lower 500

There are some good kelps around the 238 and down to the south but they are few and far between.

Most of the better kelps are on the inside of the high spot mostly with a shot at a Bluefin or an open water Dorado closer to the highspot and down as far as the 1140 finger.

There are a few Yellowfin in the area but most of these so far are coming on single fish jig stops.

The mass of Yellowfin down to the south has not pushed up this far yet.

 

Report from Lisa:

Fished down near the 238 yesterday but the only kelps we saw were along 117.10 line just north of the inner banks. We went all the way down to the Lower 500.

The water color was a beautiful, clear blue, but it never got above 69.3 degrees.

We finally headed back north when the water temperature had dropped to 68.3 degrees and we never hit the 70 degree water I thought we would.

We saw a seiner boat working the area between the Lower 500 and the inner banks and one sportboat on our way down above the inner banks, but those were the only boats we saw south of the Rockpile (besides the tuna pens).

The swell was pretty big and it was pretty windy, especially as we tried to head west.

The kelps we did stop at about were small and either did not have fish on them, only a mola mola, or blue sharks . . . lots of blue sharks.

Finally, at 6pm we hit a kelp just north of the inner banks along the 117.10 line that had a few medium grade YT. We caught two and continued to head home.

A long day and took some beatings . . .

 

Off Colonet and down 160 miles

Talked to couple of our Sportboat buddies and they say our current info is still correct. Much of the focus is between the 117.10 line and inside to 116.35.

Been on the windy side the past couple of days with bumpy seas but not a problem for the big Sportboats

The word is that anywhere below the 31.00 line from 116.35 and out to 117.30 and down to the 30.00 line you can find scattered jig stops on Yellowfin tuna and a few schools of Big Bluefin.

The farther down you go the better the fishing gets.

Nearly 100% of the Tuna are west of the 117.00 line with the better shot at a Bluefin being on the western edge of this huge block.

Several boats are down this way fishing and all of them are making big scores.

On the inside of the 117.00 line is where you start running into wide open kelps hold zillions of rat Yellowtail and a few Dorado.

Only small numbers of Yellowfin are on these though at the present time.

Currently the current is running uphill and the fish appear to be moving up hill towards us as well.

General feeling is these fish will push up inside of 100 miles in just a few days to a week.

 

Report from Todd:

I just got back from my three day on board the Top Gun 90…here is the report.

We traveled down the 117 South degree line as far South as 200 miles. All paddie yellowtail were small mixed with dorado.

We passed up the bluefin for the reported yellowfin which mainly came on the troll.

Early on Tuesday we had fish in the 30 to 40 pound class around the 155 mile range. There was an awesome evening bite that went into the dark and was chaos but we landed them anyway.

We were fishing the 116 x 29 line all day Wednesday but the morning was best. We hooked a marlin on bait which busted off then Wednesday got one on the troll that was landed and brought on board (they reported it released). On our way back we saw a few boats on the 295 fishing paddies but not much else. We passed a monster paddie this afternoon west of the Nados,with birds on it, at 32 21 46 x 117 19 056. I suspect the yellowfin to be good but the yellowtail and dorados all the way down were small. we did get a few troll dorados that were 15-20 pounds but not on the paddies.

 

 

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Thursday September 5th 2013

Report Updated: September 20, 2013 at 10:49 pm

Welcome to the NEW Fishdope website!!

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BAIT REPORT

San Diego Bait Barge 6-8″ Sardine

Mission Bay Bait Barge 6-8″” Sardine

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Santa Monica Bay

The summer that never happened…………

Bonito in King Harbor is just about the only gamefish action in the bay.

If you need fish for dinner hit the Short Banks for some Reds, Salmon grouper and other asst. rockfish

33.54.960 x 118.33.170 Short Bank

33.53.000 x 118.33.810 South Bank 33 Fathoms

33.53.150 x 118.31.500 General area for Sculpin

33.52.070 x 118.34.950 SW Bank 40 Fathoms

33.52.870 x 118.32.130 Inside South Bank Pinnacle 26 Fathom

33.51.950 x 118.30.440 Inside SW Bank 33 Fathoms

33.52.870 x 118.32.130 Inside S 26 Fathom

 

Catalina Island

Wind was howling by 8am this morning. Water 68 to 73 along the front.

Still Squid everywhere along the front side of the Island. Catching bait is easy.

Yellowtail are all along the front too and are stuffed full of Squid. It’s getting tougher to get them to bite now.

Some of the better signal is up from Red Bluff to Starlight.

Contact Darrell on the “Mary Claire” at 949-677-0607 or CH 11. If you mention “Fishdope” you’ll get $10 dollars off on each scoop of Squid!

33.28.80 x 118.35.90 Starlight

33.28.56 x 118.35.57 Shiners

33.28.65 x 118.35.36 Johnson Rock – Caution Boiler rocks

33.28.50 x 118.35.22 West Beach

33.28.47 x 118.35.07 East Beach

33.27.56 x 118.35.28 DJ’s Point

33.27.62 x 118.30.44 Eagle Reef

33.27.13 x 118.29.87 Squid Spot

33.26.83 x 118.30.05 Lions Head

33.27.30 x 118.29.41 Isthmus High Spot

33.27.12 x 117.38.00 Isthmus Reef

33.26.70 x 118.29.33 Bird Rock Reef

33.26.54 x 118.27.97 Rock Quarry

33.25.38 x 118.24.57 Gibralter

33.24.38 x 118.21.92 Long Point

33.24.35 x 118.21.93 Hen Rock

33.23.06 x 118.21.32 K-20

33.22.23 x 118.20.72 Gallaghers – 12 fathoms

33.21.75 x 118.20.03 Frog Rock

33.19.32 x 118.22.28 Palisades

33.19.32 x 118.18.23 Slide

Capt Dave Hansen was out at the Island today with Steve Benafield and found the wind screaming down the front so they tucked up in tight inside of the Isthmus and whacked double limits of 3 to 4lb Calico Bass on Live Squid. They also caught a very lost and loney 4lb Sand bass

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LA Harbor

Same story as the past week or so. Slow all over the Horseshoe during the daytime with Rockfish being the primary catch.

Things change during the night as the Squid being to show and with them are some nice Sand Bass. Most are legal sized with some pushing the 8lb mark.

A trick that is working good though is to bring 2 rods. Rig one with a Squid Jig and the 2nd one with a 1 1/2 leadhead. Catch a squid and use it for bait. The jumbo bass are being caught this way

The location of the Squid is at 33.38 x 118.11.

33.41.06 x 118.07.73 Sand Bass Junction

33.39.03 x 118.06.08 Izors Reef

33.38.40 x 118.11.79 105 Spot

33.36.14 x 118.10.98 150 Bubbles West

33.35.72 x 118.09.22 150 Bubbles East

33.35.68 x 118.09.09 150 Kelp Reef North

33.34.80 x 118.08.60 150 Kelp Reef South

33.35.62 x 118.09.75 150 Spot

33.35.54 x 118.10.24 150 Spot Hump

33.35.41 x 118.07.89 Double Rigs Reef

33.34.13 x 118.08.32 South East Bank

33.34.36 x 118.12.80 Sculpin Hole

33.34.25 x 118.08.76 Sculpin spot

 

Newport Beach

Newport Reef is also seeing some of this night time Sand bass action.

Same as up north the fish are good quality and want the live Squid. They will bite the frozen on a plastic though, just not as good

Newport Reef

33.36.20 X 117.57.80

33.36.08 x 117.57.52

33.36.13 x 117.57.50

33.36.16 x 117.57.44

33.36.07 x 117.57.53

 

Dana Point

The Squid are gone now.

A couple of guys looked all up and down the area last night and found none.

Calico bass are wanting to bite if you have Anchovy….. Problem is no anchovy for sale right now. Just big 8 inch Sardines.

Some big fat Reds are biting on the stones off Box canyon if your interested in those.

33.28.65 X 117.43.38 Salt Creek

33.28.81 x 117.44.58 Salt Creek 2

33.26.70 x 117.41.00 Dana Hard Bottom

33.25.38 x 117.39.52 Middle Kelp – Hard Bottom

33.24.45 x 117.38.14 Clemente Reef (San Clemente Kelp)

33.24.28 x 117.37.06 Seal Rocks

33.22.96 X 117.36.80 San Mateo Point

33.21.19 x 117.33.92 Short Pipe

33.20.88 x 117.34.05 San Onofre

33.21.79 x 117.33.78 Domes

33.19.29 x 117.30.52 Box Canyon

33.19.08 x 117.31.76 Box Canyon #2

33.17.29 x 117.34.15 Box Rockfish

 

 

Ponto South to Mission bay

Red tide is developing from Mission Bay on up to just above the Ponto are of Oceanside. Right now its just streaky but it could get worse with the hot water along that part of the coast and combined with all the green plankton inshore for the stuff to feed on.

Still some Squid right outside of Mission bay. It on the northside between the bay and Cyrstal Pier. Some Yellowtail are on this and biting in the very early morning and again late in the afternoon.

There was also a few Yellows seen and caught yesterday afternoon just below the La Jolla MPA above Crystal Pier.

32.47.58 x 117.16.58· Pacific Beach Artificial Reef – Crystal Pier

 

Coronado Islands

Nothing exciting happening. Yellowtail are around but not wanting to play much.

Try slow trolling a Sardine around through the middle grounds and down through the lee of South Island.

There are also a few big Barracuda in the lee of South Island

32.26.85 x 117.18.23 Pukey Point

32.25.80 x 117.16.80 Middle Grounds

32.24.80 x 117.13.88 Ribbon Kelp

32.24.61 x 117.14.15 White Rock

32.23.60 x 117.13.79 Bull Kelp

32.22.00 x 117.13.26 South Kelp Ridge

32.17.50 x 117.10.50 Rockpile

32.17.00 x 117.09.50 Rockpile #2

 

OFFSHORE

 

US Waters

Several radio reports of Bonito seen under birds this morning. No location given but the signal was close and clear so it was likely some place off La jolla

 

Off Orange county

Finally some improvment. Some Yellowtail and Dorado on kelps from the 267 down to inside of the 209 to the 181

No volume of fish. Just 2 to 5 yellows and a couple of Dorado on each kelp that is holding. but there could soon be a kelp with a bunch on it. Can’t rule that out now.

33.00 x 117.49 Lots of Yellow and Dorado on this kelp

32.49 x 117.45 Large kelp with Yellowtail and Dorado

 

Report from James
Went to the 267 all the way out to the 209 and then into Oceanside for about five different patties with nothing but bait  Water temperature got up to 71.5
Crowded out there today. There was 18 boats on a kelp at the 267 that saw a couple of dorado. Try the 209 to the 181 a few kelps holding at least 1 fish.

 

Report from the Caguama:

Made a late-morning run out to the 267 area on Wednesday. Launched at 10am and picked up a scoop of excellent bait from DP (6-8″ healthy dines). 65-degree green water just outside the harbor. Seas with breezy white caps heading out, but still able to cruise at 25 knots. Tough conditions for spotting kelps, but managed to find a handful of coffee table sized ones. 72-degree blue, but not-so-clear water around the 267. Spotted a 6′ mako between the 267 and the 14. Couldn’t get my green horn on the chunk bait fast enough to keep it in the area…never saw it again. Wind swell picked up around 2:00. Headed for the barn at 4pm. As always…a beautiful day on the water!

 

43 Fathom Spot

Guys are finding some kelps out this way with Dorado and yellowtail on them. There is also several reports of Yellowfin on Jig stops and on Dolphin.

So far this continues to a rumor as nobody as brought anything back to prove its happening. It’s very possible though and this an area that they are commonly found this time of year.

There have been a few verified schools found under Dolphin outside of the San Salvador knoll in the past week and that is not far away to the south.

32.40 x 118.02 kelp

32.39 x 118.06 Meter mark of tuna on Dolphin

32.33 x 117.55 kelp

 

Report from the Tale Spinner

Left Mission Bay around 7 am on Wednesday. Went straight to the 182 stopped on a couple of patties with lots of bait but nothing else visible. Then made a straight shot to towards the 43 Fathom spot. about 3-4 miles short of the spot we found a large patty with lots of nice size Dorado. After multiple drifts we ended up with 9 Dorado and one small Yellow Tail. Lost another four or five Dodos too. It was not wide open but was fairly steady. We were there for about three hours. Had large Sardines which were super healthy all day. Caught a couple on chunks but most on live bait. We found other pattys in the area that had Dorado on them but no biters. Conditions started to get a little snotty and the wind picked up pretty good in the afternoon and then the wind backed off and it was a decent ride in. Sorry no exact numbers but we found about 8 -10 patties in the area. Watch c losely for the birds diving, that is how we even found this patty. Water had enough chop on it to make finding pattys a little tough.

 

Cortez Bank / Tanner Bank

Both banks have Bluefin on them. The catch numbers are down a little bit but still very respectable. Most are 15lb fish but some up to about 40lb are aslo being caught.

Big Yellowtail are also biting on both banks. Most of these are coming on the dropper loop rig.

Large Bonito from 5 to 10lbs are everywhere on the Cortez and big Whitefish, Sheephead and Salmon Grouper round out the excellent overall fishing

32.26 x 119.08 Cortez

32.42 x 119.08 Tanner

 

MEXICO

 

302

Kelps around the high spot are holding Yellowtail this morning. Not any mention of Dorado on them however.

Early afternoon saw some Bonito up under some birds

Here are a few numbers for kelps today

32.27 x 117.37

32.28 x 117.35

32.26 x 117.32

32.29 x 117.32

32.25 x 117.35 yellow kelp with Tuna on birds a few hundred yards away

 

425 / Upper Hidden Bank / 475 Knuckle

Lots of Dorado are on kelps now about 6 to 10 miles below the 425 and toward the Upper Hidden bank This stuff is also spread out towards the 475.

Some Yellowtail are on these as well. For the most part the Dorado are not wanting to bite very much but the Yellowtail are. The Dorado are 12-15lb fish and the Yellows are 6 to 10 with a few larger.

32.08 x 117.23 kelp

32.04 x 117.24 kelp

32.06 x 117.14 kelp in 71 degree water

 

Report from Steve Massey on the Blackjack:

South 9 for all u want quality bottom fish

6 miles south of 425 followed terns to paddy loaded with YT on chew lots of dodos that would not bite

photo

 

390

This excellent report from Garrett says it all:

Fished the 390 area on Wed.

Grabbed some nice bait from the boys in Mission Bay, 4-7″ sardines. Very small passes and light single scoop in a 36 gallon tank so we only had about 4 or 5 baits roll.

Weather going down wasn’t bad until outside and a little south of the 371 and then the wind came (just a bit before 7am). It got a little mixed up with the groundswell out of the WSW and the wind out of the WNW. Wind was 10 knots by 8:00am and picked up to about 15 knots by noon. Stayed that way until about 3pm or when we got inside the 302 on the way back up the line, then weather mellowed out.

Difficult to see paddies in the slop and you definitely didn’t want to be going west. Here are my notes.

8 miles N of the 390 the water was 69.5

5.6 mile N of the 390 at 8am water was 69.6

2.1 miles NW of 390 at 8:30am water was 69.1

 

On the 390 at 8:45am water was 69.1

Found our one stop shop paddy at 9:45am. Water was 69.2 and located at 31.59 x 117.48

Drift was very fast and we didn’t have a lot of bait or chum to keep the fish with us so each pass we managed 2-4 yellowtail from 5-9lbs. After about an hour of very quick drifts due east a few dodo’s showed up or decided to play. We had a single female of about 10 or 12 lbs fight for a bait with a YT (it was an awesome spectacle up on the surface). A new and over zealous angler put it in gear way too early and after one jump she dropped the sardine and we never saw her again. There were however a handful of small 2-3lb dodo’s under the YT, but they either couldn’t compete with the bigger faster YT or weren’t interested in our sardines or top water baits. Really fun day on the paddy and despite dumping three fish in the kelp it stayed hot for us all day. I finally got a fish to eat an Orca topwater bait. I’m not so sure that it lives up to the cost or their marketing. Had a lot of followers only to turn away at the last second. Maybe some unibutter would have helped? I’m glad I made the call to fish it nearly all day as we only found one other paddy on the ride home. It was NE of the 371 and had YT on it, but they didn’t bite on the single drift we gave it (same model YT, 5-9lbs or so). Only chatter on the radio was an angler or two near the 302 and guys fishing north of the Mex border.

In general we probably got lucky with the paddy. There wasn’t a ton of life out there. Only two small bait balls for hours of trolling around and a handful of birds here and there but none doing anything other than looking like we were. Had a single fin whale come up between us and our paddy as we were heading back to do another drift and saw a single pod of dolphin not doing much of anything just north of the 390. Water was blue, but not super clean like that deep purple blue.

 

483/500

This zone continues to be the closest spot for a shot at a very large Bluefin. The area is a 15 mile circle around the numbers for the 483/500.

The quality of the Bluefin is impressive. Only a handful of those 15lb models being seen. Most are 40 to 60 with fish well over 100lbs destroying gear.

9 out of 10 of these really big fish are lost due to light line or by being chewed off. Use the 50lb Flurocarbon and a 2 speed reel. Try using a circle hook to plant that hook in the corner of the mouth.

31.28 x 118.04 483/500

31.20 x 118.14 100lb class bluefin

31.32 x 118.10 spooled reels and broken rods on this stop. 6 landed out of 25 hooked

 

Double 220 and 295

Nothing new today so far but yesterday saw some Kelp paddy Yellowtail and a few Bluefin caught on the troll.

 

238 to the 1140 Finger

Really good Yellowtail action on kelp along with some good hits on Dorado by a few boats. Some bluefin and a couple of Yellowfin this morning round out the action.

The giant schools of Bluefin that Dave Hansen found were not there late yesterday afternoon but this boat did find a few schools and a couple of boats got about a dozen.

31.21 x 117.12 Bluefin

31.26 x 117.07 hot kelp

31.29 x 117.01 kelp

31.34 x 117.09 kelp

 

Off Colonet and down 160 miles

Reposting of yesterdays report as the word We got this morning is unchanged

Talked to one of our sportboat buddie’s and the word is that anywhere below the 31.00 line from 116.50 and out to 117.30 and down to the 30.00 line you can find scattered jig stops on Yellowfin tuna and a few schools of Big Bluefin.

The farther down you go the better the fishing gets.

Nearly 100% of the Tuna are west of the 117.00 line with the better shot at a Bluefin being on the western edge of this huge block.

Several boats are down this way fishing and all of them are making big scores.

On the inside of the 117.00 line is where you start running into wide open kelps hold zillions of rat Yellowtail and a few Dorado.

Only small numbers of Yellowfin are on these though at the present time.

Currently the current is running uphill and the fish appear to be moving up hill towards us as well.

General feeling is these fish will push up inside of 100 miles in just a few days to a week.

 

 

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AT 9 AM…A 1025 MB HIGH WAS 800 NM WEST OF SAN FRANCISCO AND A

1009 MB LOW WAS 30 NM WEST OF NEEDLES. WEAK TO MODERATE ONSHORE

FLOW WILL CONTINUE THROUGH MONDAY…WITH WINDS STRONGEST DURING

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WATERS FROM PT. SAL TO SANTA CRUZ ISLAND CA AND WESTWARD 60 NM

INCLUDING SAN MIGUEL AND SANTA ROSA ISLANDS-

819 AM PDT THU SEP 5 2013

 

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TODAY

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SEAS 7 TO 9 FT DOMINANT PERIOD 8 SECONDS. PATCHY FOG IN THE MORNING.

 

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FRI NIGHT

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OUTER WATERS FROM SANTA CRUZ ISLAND TO SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND TO 60 NM

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819 AM PDT THU SEP 5 2013

 

SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY IN EFFECT THROUGH LATE FRIDAY NIGHT

 

TODAY

NW WINDS 15 TO 25 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 35 KT. STRONGEST

NW OF SAN NICOLAS ISLAND. COMBINED SEAS 6 TO 8 FT DOMINANT PERIOD

8 SECONDS.

 

TONIGHT

NW WINDS 15 TO 25 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 30 KT…STRONGEST

NW OF SAN NICOLAS ISLAND. COMBINED SEAS 6 TO 8 FT DOMINANT PERIOD

8 SECONDS.

 

FRI

NW WINDS 15 TO 25 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 30 KT…STRONGEST

NW OF SAN NICOLAS ISLAND. COMBINED SEAS 6 TO 8 FT DOMINANT PERIOD

8 SECONDS.

 

FRI NIGHT

NW WINDS 15 TO 25 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 30 KT…

STRONGEST NW OF SAN NICOLAS ISLAND…BECOMING 10 TO 20 KT LATE.

COMBINED SEAS 6 TO 8 FT DOMINANT PERIOD 8 SECONDS.

 

SAT

NW WINDS 10 TO 20 KT. WIND WAVES 2 TO 3 FT. NW SWELL 4 TO 6 FT

AT 8 SECONDS.

 

SAT NIGHT

NW WINDS 15 TO 20 KT…BECOMING 5 TO 10 KT AFTER

MIDNIGHT. WIND WAVES 2 TO 3 FT. NW SWELL 3 TO 5 FT.

 

SUN

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MON

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819 AM PDT THU SEP 5 2013

 

TODAY

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5 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

 

TONIGHT

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VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. W SWELL 3 TO 5 FT AT

8 SECONDS.

 

FRI

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 TO 15 KT WITH

LOCAL GUSTS TO 20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. W

SWELL 3 TO 5 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

 

FRI NIGHT

W WINDS 10 TO 15 KT WITH LOCAL GUSTS TO 20 KT IN THE

EVENING…BECOMING VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT.

W SWELL 2 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

 

SAT

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 TO 20 KT IN THE

AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. W SWELL 3 TO 5 FT AT 8 SECONDS.

 

SAT NIGHT

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10 KT OR LESS. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. W SWELL 3 TO 5 FT.

 

SUN

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MON

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INNER WATERS FROM POINT MUGU TO SAN MATEO PT. CA INCLUDING SANTA

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819 AM PDT THU SEP 5 2013

 

TODAY

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20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS BECOMING 1 TO 3 FT.

MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

TONIGHT

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10 KT OR LESS. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4 FT AT

8 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

FRI

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 TO 15 KT IN

THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4 FT AT

8 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

FRI NIGHT

W WINDS 10 TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING VARIABLE

10 KT OR LESS. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 1 TO 3 FT AT

8 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

SAT

WINDS VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS…BECOMING W 10 TO 15 KT IN

THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4 FT AT

8 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

SAT NIGHT

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VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4

FT AND S 2 FT.

 

SUN

W WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4

FT AND S 2 FT.

 

MON

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30 NM-

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TODAY

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3 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4 FT AT 7 SECONDS AND S

2 FT AT 13 SECONDS.

 

TONIGHT

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2 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND S 1 TO 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

FRI

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GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED

SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND S 1 TO 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

FRI NIGHT

WIND NW 10 KT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING VARIABLE

LESS THAN 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT

AT 7 SECONDS AND S 1 TO 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

SAT

WIND NW 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO

3 FT AT 7 SECONDS AND S 1 FT AT 13 SECONDS.

 

SAT NIGHT

WIND NW 10 KT. GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING. WIND

WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AND SW 1 FT.

 

SUN

WIND NW 10 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO

3 FT AND SW 1 FT.

 

SUN NIGHT

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WAVES 3 FT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W

2 FT AND SW 1 FT.

 

MON

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AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND SW

1 FT.

 

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60 NM OUT INCLUDING SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND-

920 AM PDT THU SEP 5 2013

 

TODAY

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT WITH GUSTS TO 20 KT. WIND WAVES

4 FT. MIXED SWELL W 3 TO 5 FT AT 7 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT

13 SECONDS.

 

TONIGHT

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT WITH GUSTS TO 20 KT. WIND WAVES

4 FT. MIXED SWELL W 3 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND S 2 FT AT

12 SECONDS.

 

FRI

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR LESS…BECOMING

3 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. MIXED SWELL W 3 TO 4 FT AT 8 SECONDS AND S

2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

FRI NIGHT

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT WITH GUSTS TO 20 KT. WIND WAVES

3 TO 4 FT IN THE EVENING…BECOMING 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W

2 TO 4 FT AT 7 SECONDS AND S 1 TO 2 FT AT 12 SECONDS.

 

SAT

WIND NW 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 2 FT OR

LESS…BECOMING 3 FT IN THE AFTERNOON. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AT

7 SECONDS AND S 1 TO 2 FT AT 11 SECONDS.

 

SAT NIGHT

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT WITH GUSTS TO 20 KT. WIND WAVES

4 FT. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 4 FT AND S 1 FT.

 

SUN

WIND NW 10 KT WITH GUSTS TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 3 FT. MIXED

SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AND SW 1 FT.

 

SUN NIGHT

WIND NW 10 TO 15 KT. WIND WAVES 3 FT IN THE

EVENING…BECOMING 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AND SW

1 FT.

 

MON

WIND NW 10 KT. GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES

2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 TO 3 FT AND SW 1 FT.

 

MON NIGHT

WIND NW 10 KT. GUSTS TO 15 KT IN THE EVENING. WIND

WAVES 2 FT OR LESS. MIXED SWELL W 2 FT AND SW 1 FT.

 

 

 

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